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Winners announced at final show of Berks County Outstanding Young Woman Scholarship Program

Seniors from nine high schools vied for scholarships during the final show of the Berks County Outstanding Young Woman Scholarship Program held at Kutztown Area High School on Sept. 24. Wilson High School senior Claire Hinkle was named the 2023 Berks County Outstanding Young Woman. “I had an amazing experience and I’m so grateful to …

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CFP Board, Charles Schwab Debut Diversity Scholarship

CFP Board, Schwab Debut Diversity ScholarshipThe CFP Board’s Center for Financial Planning has partnered with Schwab Advisor Services and the Charles Schwab Foundation to offer a collaborative scholarship to individuals pursuing the Certified Financial Planner designation in underrepresented populations in the profession. The Charles Schwab Foundation CFP Certification Scholarship is expected to cultivate a …

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DSM woman wins scholarship, continues on mission to support Hispanic community

Twenty-two year-old Carla Ruiz is a lot of things: determined, intelligent, and meticulous. She has to be because the Mercy College of Health Sciences student is on a mission to become a nurse practitioner and to open up her own clinic. “Being Hispanic, I don’t really get a lot of one-on-one with a nurse who …

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U of T welcomes 37 Pearson Scholarship students from 25 countries

Omina Nematova, who is originally from Uzbekistan and completed high school in the US, is one of 37 Lester B. Pearson International Scholarship recipients who was welcomed to U of T at a recent event held at Hart House. All photos by Lisa Lightbourn Candace Sara Ciju couldn’t believe it when she received an email …

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Scholarship helps future doctors | The Lancaster News

Julie Ghent had an incredible gift of compassion, empathy and encouragement that she shared freely with everyone. Ghent’s eternal optimism and her natural ability to inspire others created a magical atmosphere for her family, friends, co-workers, perfect strangers and the medical community. Her presence supported, encouraged and elevated those around her, and her positive attitude, …

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LECOM’s presence expands into Bills, more scholarships ahead

PSE and LECOM assisting in keeping medical professionals in WNY The Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine, better known as LECOM, is supporting the next generation of medical and health care professionals in Western New York, at a time when it could not be more needed. The Erie, Pa., institution, with the largest enrollment of …

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GO Laurel Highlands honors scholarship winners, Champions of Tourism at annual dinner

Travel and tourism partners from Fayette, Somerset and Westmoreland counties came together on Tuesday night to honor present and future leaders at the GO Laurel Highlands Annual Dinner at Bella Terra Vineyards. “How lucky we are to work in an industry where we provide exceptional experiences for profound moments and memories to millions of visitors …

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Postgraduate Research Scholarship in Clinical Neuroscience of Addiction

1. Background a. The Postgraduate Research Scholarship in Clinical Neuroscience of Addiction has been developed to support an outstanding postgraduate research student at the Faculty of Medicine and Health within the University of Sydney. b. This scholarship is supported by the Deputy Vice Chancellor (Research) University of Sydney. 2. Eligibility a. The Scholarship is offered …

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With a minority scholarship, Normal man hopes to reshape the agriculture industry to better reflect the people it feeds

You could say that Simran “Sim” Sandhu of Normal went into the family business, in a very roundabout way. The 29-year-old grew up in Bloomington-Normal, the youngest of three. His parents were Indian immigrants who came to the US in the early 1980s. Dad was an engineer, mom worked in healthcare. But their families, back …

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